Top 5 Excel Interview Questions

Top 5 Excel Interview Questions Over the past three decades, Excel has become the de facto standard spreadsheet program for businesses and individuals around the world.  Excel accounts for an estimated 800 million users which translates to approximately 80% of all spreadsheet

Excel VBA GetOpenFileName to Browse and Select File

Dynamic User File Selection Using Excel VBA GetOpenFilename Method This post will demonstrate how we can allow a user to select a file using a traditional “open file”-type dialog box. This has tremendous advantages over hard-coded solutions where the filename and its

Excel XLookup Explained

Excel XLOOKUP Explained (Goodbye VLOOKUP!) In this post, we will examine Excel’s BEST function for performing a lookup… We’re going to look at how the new (upcoming) XLOOKUP function solves common lookup problems typically solved by older functions like… LOOKUP VLOOKUP HLOOKUP

Progress Circle using Excel Doughnut Chart

Progress Circle using Excel Doughnut Chart When displaying progress, it is common to represent the percentage complete with an advancing bar. To make the visual more interesting, we can connect the ends together and form a circle. This looks eerily like an

Microsoft Excel Justify

The QUICKEST & EASIEST Way to Work with TEXT in Excel Justify Feature When creating a solution for a user, it’s a good idea to give the user an instruction sheet.  This is not an issue in Word, but it can

MAXIFS MINIFS with Multiple Criteria

Excel MAXIFS MINIFS (MAX MIN with Multiple Criteria) Finding the largest or smallest value in a set is one of the first tasks beginning Excel users discover.  Just after the SUM function, the MAX and MIN functions quickly become one of the

Excel Hyperlink

ALL YOU Need to Know About Excel HYPERLINKS (Function & Feature) Hyperlinks!  They’re everywhere…even in Excel! “But Excel isn’t a Web browser.  How can hyperlinks be of any value?” Here are the skills we will learn to take advantage of Excel hyperlinks:

Excel Fun – Mosaic Chart

GUESS what's HIDDEN in Excel? (Cool Trick) Who says Excel can’t be fun? We will show how you can bring some fun to your next meeting or lecture using only Excel and some creative uses of Excel features. We want to play

Project Plan in Excel with Gantt Chart

Project Plan in Excel with Gantt Chart 3 Views (Plan, Actual & Progress) in 1 View This article will show how to create a Gantt Chart in Excel that displays Actual and Planned task information in a single view.  The chart will